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HARRY J. LONGWELL NAMED PRESIDENT OF EXXON COMPANY, U.S.A.

       HARRY J. LONGWELL NAMED PRESIDENT OF EXXON COMPANY, U.S.A.
    IRVING, Texas, Nov. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The Exxon Corporation (NYSE: XON) announced the appointment of Harry J. Longwell as president of Exxon Company, U.S.A., effective Feb. 1, 1992.  He succeeds William D. Stevens, who has indicated his intention to retire after 34 years of service.
    Longwell, currently executive vice president of Exxon Company International, is also expected to be elected a vice president of the Exxon Corporation, effective on the same date.
    Exxon Company, U.S.A. is a division of Exxon Corporation with responsibility for oil and gas operations, other than exploration, in the United States.  Exxon Company International, also a division of Exxon Corporation, has similar responsibilities outside the United States and Canada.
    Longwell began his career with Exxon in 1963 as a drilling engineer in New Orleans.  After a series of engineering and management assignments in several domestic production divisions, Longwell was appointed vice president of Exxon Company, U.S.A.'s Production Department in 1983.
    In January 1986 he moved to London as producing vice president of Exxon's European operations.  Later that year he returned to the United States as executive assistant to the chairman and president of Exxon Corporation in New York.
    Soon after the formation of Exxon Company International, Longwell became vice president for exploration and production with that company and subsequently became senior vice president in 1986 before assuming his present position in January 1990.
    Longwell is a native of Alexandria, La., and a graduate of Louisiana State University with a degree in petroleum engineering.
    Stevens, a native of Corpus Christi, Texas, began his association with Exxon in 1958 after graduating from Texas A&I University with a degree in natural gas engineering.  During his career he has held various executive positions in the Exxon organization, including executive assistant to the president of Exxon Corporation, managing director of Esso U.K. Limited and executive vice president of Esso Europe, Exxon's former European division.  Stevens was named president of Exxon Company, U.S.A. in 1988.
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    /CONTACT:  W.D. Smith of Exxon, 214-444-1109 or 214-444-1107/
    (XON) CO:  Exxon Corporation; Exxon Company, U.S.A. ST:  Texas IN:  OIL SU:  PER KD -- NY042 -- 6375 11/22/91 12:10 EST
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